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WATEIIBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1903. r p r THE CURRAN DRY GOODS CO. OPENING OF OUR NEW ART MEDALLION . Portrai For a. Limited Time To Advertise This New artment We Will t Dep reproduce fror any. photograph of yourself or friends, one of the most. beautiful4 Medallion Portraits that we are sure you'll .say you have ever seen, .without one cent of cost or trouble to you outside the bringing in of the photograph. The necessity of limiting this offer of course must be ap parent to every one but partiality ,or favor must have no quarter in business, hence we have cjecided to attach but one condition to this soffer, which is that you save your duplicate checks and bring them to our Medallion counter where upon purchase? to the amount of ten dollars are shown, we will make you one of these medallions an, ornament to any house and a work of art which we think you will prize equal to any adorn ment you have in your home. . , '; , GI7.GULA S AND FULL INFORMATION AT LACE COUNTER, See display now in north window. . ' , Friday, as tsual, Is :Hou$b- ;0lp6; Day, : C"-- And the values of our Friday's aale are too well known to re quire any puff (from us. : China, Glass, Furniture, Carpets, Etc. e have taken the store ad joining our store on Bank St HAVE quite a number of small lots of new formerly occupied by Mrs. Buckner as a millinery store and will devote the entire store to a showing of Overcoats for Men and young Men. The finest showing of Overcoats in the city, ranging in price from $7 to $25. The Finnegan-PhiUips Co. GOOD CLOTHES STORE. Corner Batik and Grand Streets. A. F COWLES. As Thanksgiving da is fast ap proaching we desire to remind those who contemplate wearing a new hat on that day that this store is the place to visit before parting with your mon ey. Our specials will meet your ex pectations In style and price. Come and see for yourself. 53-55 CENTER STREET. P. S. May Manton patterns, 10c none higher. 1 FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. DINING ROOM FURNITURE. The finest assortment of all grades from the flnestto the least expensive end wonderful values, in all styles. Separate pieces, Sideboard, Buffets, China Closets. ' ' $18.00 Solid Oak Sideboards with French plate mirror, ; y $12.00 $22.00 Sideboards with 16x2S shaped mirror, v j $17.00 $26.00 Sideboards, large toi, 18x30 French plate mirror. $20.00 $G0.t30 Quartered Oak Sideboards, swell front, drawers finished on inside. " . $22.50 $32.00 Quartered Oak Sideboards, with large carved top and pol ished : ; ; , $25.00 $31.00 Sideboards, massive top, nicely carved, I $23.00 $12.00 Golden Quartered Oak Side- " boards, elegant carvings and ' highly polished , $36.00 $28.00 Buffets, quartered oak, pol- ished.v r- V $22.50 $30.00 Golden Quartered Oak Buf fets, $21.00 , $38.00 Selected Quartered Oak Buf fets, very large mirror and high ly polished y $30.00 $18.00 China Closets 'With mirror xm top $13.00 $22.00 China Closets, f uU bent glass door and ends, quartered oak and polished $18.00 $23.00 Quartered Oak China Clos ets, cross band veneer and high ly polished $20.00 $0.00 Dining Tables, 6 feet,' solid oak, . $4.98 $ 0.00 Extension Tables with carved base1 , $7.00 $10.00 Tables, large top and turned 80c 69c Boys' and Misses'. $1.25 Shoes (in odd sizes) in box calf and vici lace, with good, heavy soles and soft uppers, sale price Boys' and Girls' $1.00 Shoes (in odd sizes) in fine satin calf and in box calf, good, all solid leath er at a very low price, special for this sale 4 Men's $2.50 Shoes in patent colt, vici'. velour or box calf, lace shoes in 12 of the new popular styles, with leather and drill Un ' lng, thin or heavy soles, the best offer we v ever made in men's . shoes, sale price $1.98 FRIDAY'S STARTLING VALUES ON KITCHEN FURNISHINGS, . t CHINA AND GLASS. - - It ' is decidedly remarkable, even here where bargains always reign, to be able to get such articles for so lit tle. Friday's bargain list discloses bargains impossible to duplicate else where. i 8 TO 10 A. M. , 9 W8 U. S. Soap for X 25c Tin Wash Boilers, extra heavy, oval shape and jpopper bottom, ' ! ' r" ' ALL DAY. ":' TINWARE SPECIALS Extra Heavy Block Tin Sauce Pans, 3 quart size, ,4 quart Block Tin Pudding Pans, , Large Size Bread Tins, Russian Iron Roasting Pans, 17 inches by 10, 17c 6 quart Grey Enameled , Sauce ' Pans. y-.-; ..33c 8 quart Grey Enameled Sauce Pans. 37c 2 quart Grey Enameled Tea or Cof fee Pots, 1 3 quart Grey Enameled Tea or Cof fee Pots. legs . $7.75 ! Quart wrey.jjinameiea lea or uoi 67c 10c IPC 4c 29c 35c Men's Good Rubbers Ladies Good Rubbers Misses Good Rubbers 49c 39c 29c Children's Good Rubbers 25c Standard Sii03Kou$3. 199 South Main St. near Grand. Brown & Crane. UNDERTAKERS O'Donahue Coffee. If you are not. with the Coffee for breakfast this try a pound of satisfied you had. morning 5th - Avenue , At the Woodruff Grocery Co's. 35c lb. 3 ibs, SI. K Dougfierty Ladies' Flannelette House Wrappers. " At 08c, Ladies' House Wrappers, : made of the best quality . flannel ette, colors are red, blue , and grey; specials In black and white; the regular price of this wrapper is $1,25; for this week only will be sold at the low price of ' 9Se DOUGHERTY 14" bouth Main st. 144 East Main Street TEL. J235 NisHt Calls H. . J. Cranv 36 Elizabeth Street. T, H. Brown, 144 East Main Street ST WILL PAY YOU to look at the bargains offered in WATCHES 1 at this store. A specialty made of Fine Weddins: Rings. You can al ways get your Watch. Clock or Jewel ry Repairing and Engraving done hem F. P. BECTON, No 25 EAST MAIN FTItEET. With J. .H. Devereaux & Co. WALL PAPER Which we can let you have at greatly reduced prices. We wish to wind up the sea son with a small stock of this year's papers on hand. You two. will save a penny or The Ziglatzki-Marks Co 110-116 South Main Street, O'NEILL'S BULLETIN. Several people have asked me why 1 don't trade real estate the way ser era! of the other men do in town and be what they call thoroughly , up to date. 1 will tell vou whv I don't. Ileal estate is a good deal like horses. Yoti never heard of a horae trade where the other fellow didn't get stuck. It la the Banie thing .v about real estate. v. No matter how shrewd the two n.;n who want to trade are, one of them Is going to he a "leettle" the shrewder. But about nine out of every, ten who come xo me are not well acquainted with property values, and if they do make a trade tney do it on the recommenda tion of the real estate man or some one else who doesn't know .as much about real estate a they do. As a conse quence they get their buttons trimmed off. There is no such thine aa eetting value for value in a real estate trade. Perhaps this may be the reason why real estatte men as a rule want to trade and are very anxious to. But I have very straight laced lotions as to the "way a real estate business should be conducted, and a trading proposition is not a welcome visitor in my office. Open every night except Monday. FRANK B. O'NEILL, 77 BANK STREET. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. Notary Public. 1 T03TH BRUSHES. We have a toothbrush at 25c which will hold its bristles and last you long er than you have any right to expect of any toothbrush at any price. Fltzpat rick'g Pharmacy corner East Main and Wall streets . - " lon't Shiver! Heat the House with. And Get Comfort at little Cost. Gas Heaters Sold by The United Gas Improvement Co. Ladies! ; : Having removed afl my, stock from 'Cold Storage I would respectfully request , all whose Furs were' left In my' care through the sum mer to call or send for them, for I need all the room for my own use PRACTICAL FURRIEil. 103 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Telpehone 1475. BROOKLYN BRIEFS . Twin boys were born to Mr anrt Mrs John Cronln of South Tonard street on Mbndav nlcht 1 -MJeorge Regan, the hackinan. met with a painful accident this mnrnlner. He was doing some work around one of the horses, when the horse stepped on his foot, Inflicting a painful injury. Two new horses for the engine at the Brooklyn engine house arrived. to-day. They weigh about 3.000 pounds and appear to be a fine pair. Chief Snagg and Commissioner D. J. Lahey bought them In Newark, N. J. Owing to 1 the various nnd ki changes ' in the weather t tin ar rival of cold ' wy.it ! imr J'orsona are suffer'usr from rold ThpHlwn s be 'treated it o-e. rllow them to hang on. The result may be seri ous. The best remedy and cure for coughs and colds Is ; Partree's cough syrup, the best syrup on the .market. For sale at A. O. Walker's pharmacy. TURKEYS ARE SCARCE. And Marketmen Say the Price Will B Away Up. . . - " So far the gobbler appears to be a rare bird, about tbwn. This is strange considering that we are within a few days 'of Thanksgiving, and If it does not show -up pretty soon people will commence plans for some other sort of Thansgivlng dinner other than turkey. One of the dealers said to-day that there will be' turkeys In market, but that they will be dearer than ever be fore. Last year they sold from 20 to 25 cents a pound, but he felt sure that the price will be from 23 to 80 cents this season, and it will be hard to get them at that. Some may say that this In a way the marketmen have of turn ing attention to the Thanksgiving tur key and putting up the . prices, but . there. does not appear to be nny renson for puttlntr snch a construction upon . it The birds are scarce and this ' what! regulates the ost of everything and why not the turkey? "There Is nn abundance of chickens, ducks and geese, and there will be turkeys.1 too. so that all people nepd be on the look out for is the money , to buy them with. EMMANUEL'S VISIT. The Bargain Millinery. Ladies, ours is the only original Bar gain Millinery in the city where you can buy the latest style Hats at half price, because we manufacture out hats personally and our rent and ex penses are a great deal less. . Don't be without a hat, as our prices are less than you expect to pay. It will pay you to call and examine our line and prices before you go elsewhere, where continents you have to pay fancy prices. Be sure ? army and navy looked upon a scene ol make no mistake; look for, the original j brilliant splendor. King Edward Entertains in Honor of I Italy's King. LONDON, Nov. 19. St. George's hall, a magnificent Norman gallery of Wind sor castle, in which many foreign sov ereigns have been entertained, was the scene last night of a state banquet, th first elaborate function marking the' royal welcome to King Victor Em manuel and Queen Helena ot Italy. The function was in every way as bril liant as any witnessed in the famous ball on past great occasions. The royal hosts and , their royal guests, prominent statesmen of Great Britain and Italy, ambassadors from three and representatives of the Freedman's Original Bargain Millinery 251 BANK STREET. , MANY PEOPLE think that all ranges are alike until they try a ;,"QUAKER'"RANGE Then they wonder why there is any other Range made. tj l $13.0o Quartered Oak Top Tables . large legs r V' 9.50 $14.00 Tables, quartered oak tops, " with neat and desirable style legs ....... $11.00 $10.50 Dining" Tables, legs of novel style, spiral twisted, and highly , polished $12.50 $1.25 Canft Seat Dining Chairs, 98c $1.45 Chairs with emlKssed backs, ;;-: ' ...rt;-::: ''-': ;'.:V' 1-25 '$1.05 '.Dining Hisrh Back. Chairs, $1.45 $2.25 Box Seat Chairs;: 7 $1.98 $2.50 Chairs. Ikx seat, quartered oak, polished. $2.25 $4.50 Chairs, leather seat and back, ' $3.25 $12.00 Iron Couch with mattress and bolster. . . . ' $9.00 $12.00 Couches, deeply tufted. snrinsr ed.ee, , $8.50 $13.00 Couches, xipholstered in best oualjtv-' vp-lour, snrinar edge, $10.00 $10.00 Turkish Couches, large size- '..,- ' . ' ' , $12.50 $18.00 rinin Ton Couches.' oimr- tprd onk frame nnl poKshpd, $14.50 $10.50 Adfnstable TCnd Couch. $9.98 $22 00 Divnns. adjustable ends. poitahAri frnmes. $18.00 $20.00 AdinntaMe "Fnd Divans, up holstered in novel pattern - ve ronn. i ' $20.00 DTERE ARK A FEW MORE SPE CIALS FROM OUR SHOE DE PARTMENT WHICH WILL CONTINUE UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT. Ladies' $4.00 Shoes in paitent colt and fine vici kid, lace and but ton, hand welted soles, with Cu ban heels, on the new Potaytoe last, widths A to E, sizes 24 to - 7. sale price ' - $2.98 Ladies' $2.50 Shoes in 'patent -or kid Blucher lace or fine vici, pat ent and kid tip, lace 'and button -shoes, with thin and heavy soles, in 17 different styles, for this sale $1.98 Ladies' $1.50 Shoes in fine vici kid with patent tips, extension soles and Cuban heels, a line guaran teed all solid for this sale 51.25 KuQe Muslin Curtains, 39c fee Pots. , - SMALL NEEDS - Whisk Brooms, all sizes. ,. 10c Large size No 1 Scrubbing Brush, 8c Sink Brooms. 2 for 5c Nail Brushes,. 3c Best Ammonia, large bottle 7c Washington Blue, large bottle 4c Washing Fluid, large bottle 8c Morgan's Sapolio, ' , , '7c CHINA AND GLASSWARE. , 18 Dinner Sets, 100-pieces, made by Wood & Sons. England, hand somely decorated in two colors. ' regular $12.00 set, for $8.29 Cuspidores, nicely decorated 10c Glass TVvbp. Sets, butter dish, su gar bowl, cretm pitcher and spoon holder, ' 12c Glass . Berry Sets of 7 pieces, 1 large dish and 0 individual, 10c 2 .quart Glasg Pitchers, 9c AFTERNOON SPECIAL 2 TO 4. Crystal Glass Water Sets, Includ ing large pitcher and 6 tumb lers, for 19c SPECIAL HOUSEKEEPERS' VAL UES THIRD FLOOR. $1.00 .Velvet Carpets in a large line of patterns. 79c 85c Tapestry , Brussels Carpets, parlor, dining room or hall, and stair designs, ' 09c 65c 'Extra Super All Wool Ingrain , Carpets, large or small patterns, 49c 39c Ingrain Carpets, , 25c $35.00 9x12 Wilton Rugs, $29.00 $27.50 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs, . ., ' $22.50 $27.50 9x12 Axminster Rugs, $22.95 $2.98 6x9 Ingrain Rugs. $1.98 $1.25 30x00 Smyrna Rugs, 98c 50c Napier Mats,. 87c 50c Coca Fiber Mats, 39c 50c Wilds Cork Linoleums, 89c 60c Wild's Cork Linoleums, '50c 12c Straw Mattings. 9c 39c Rice Mattings with inlaid fig. ures. V ' 29c 25c Floor Oil Cloth, 19c BOc Floor Oil Cloth, 25c 20c White or Fancy Colored Table Oil Cloth, 16c $1.23 j C9c Fringed Opaque ' Window OSel Shades, large Hue of colors, 29c South JVloiit Street NEWS! After the rather interesting engagement of last Wed nesday, resulting in the complete defeat of our "little com petitor" he again made a short stand on Saturday, but was driven to the ''woods" by the Public Market. Any future disturbance will be promptly suppressed. See "Special Ad" Page 9. THE PUBLIC MARKET 161-163 South Main St. Tel. 110. i:m!l!lBU!llS!!l!!E31lll!Blllll3iilll I The R iB!ll!ffl!!!B!llllB!!rai!lllBi!i oariTo llBlil!!BI!B;illlB!ll!!B!ll!IB!li HBilUISIlUi; ft irJ,STJ 'wX 3 i No experience Is necessary to cook with a Quaker Range the oven heat indicator can be depended on to show the exact heat of the oven and the heat required for cooking different kinds of food. The only heat indicator built without springs works Just like a thermometer. i , To be sure of good cooking results buy a Quaker Hange Dining Tables in Greater Variety Than Ever. We have the best kind made. Good enough for ..to-ay, and they'll be good tables 20 years from now. That's ' the kind of furniture we like to sellreliable kindthe kind that makes people want to traae at the store ' next time; And the price ? Well, we're away down aslow as the lowest. ' .v Over 30,000 feet of floor space given up to the Furniture Business. Come in sometime. Visitors welcome. THE HAMPSON-SELLEW FURNITURE CO ! 116 to 120 Bank St. Waterbury's Bast Furniture Store. , Riches u M a ii M i .3 a M E & m n B M 11 m EI P ri tl Isn't always a flowery path but it al ways leads through way of economy and thrift YOU can secure a start in the right direction by remembering that our store and stock offer valuable op portunity for practice of economy. Can we show you? BENSON FURNITURE CO. B I El M k S3 M r.:3 H 1CE-180 South Main St. CASH i 2 ENTRANCES 1 38-40 Grand Stmt CREDIT "We sell shoes cheaper than all others." WHAT we had last week, to our sale of Men'S $3 and $3.50 Shoes .at $1.98 The sale will continue this week. They're hand sewed, in vici, velour, patent colt and calf leather, lined. See them in our men's window. YOU NEED RUBBERS and Rubber Boots this weather. We've got a big stock of them at very low prices. 1 .MI(LES B . ' 73-76 Bani StresL ' f ; Special for Monday and Tuesday. Forequarters Lamb , Hamburg 'Steak, 3 lbs AT THE Central Cash Market 113 South Main street, New Block. E. H. Plumb, Prop'r. , Th fueats were seated at a long table, on which the famous service ot gold plate and the masses of flowers formed a brilliant avenue of color and of sparkling light reflected from an in comparable display of Jewels. v The guests were first received in th ' grand reception room by King Edward and Queen Alexandra and King Victof Emmanuel and Queen Helena. Thei the guests entered the banquet hall in the following order t King : Edward with Queen Helena, King Victor Em xnanuel with Queen Alexandra, the Prince of Wales with the Princess Vio- ' toria, the Duke of Connaught with the Duchess of Argyle, Ambassador Choate with the Duchess of Connaught, Signor Tittoni, Italian minister of foreign af fairs, with the Princess Margaret of Connaught; the Russian ambassador, Count Benckendorff, with Princess Vic toria of Connaught; the Turkish am bassador, Stefanukl Musurcs Bey, with Mrs. Choate; the German ambassador, Count Wolff Metternich, with Princes Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. The remaining guests followed in tbt order of their rank, including other am' bassadors and their wives, Lord Lon donderry, Lord Selborne, Lord Lans . downe, Lord Rosebery,' Lord Milner, W. 8t J. Brodrick, Sir Henry Camp-bell-Bannerman, Sir William Vernon TTorrtni-t AftinM ITnatAr JftSPnh fThnm- berlaln, Austin . Chamberlain and Ad miral Kerr. The British premier, A. J. , Balfour, was absent on account of in- -disposition, which, it . is reported, is the result of a slight chifl. In proposing a toast to their Italian majesties King Edward said: , "Sire, it has given Queen Alexandra and myself great pleasure to receive you here as our guests in this old, his torio castle. Historv reoeats Itself. I remember as if It were but yesterday that your illustrious grandfather forty-. eight years ago came here as the guest of my beloved mother and my lament- war, and our armies fought together. Thank God we now are at peace, and the aim of our countries is to maintain it and to work together in the paths of progress and enlightenment." King Victor Emmanuel replied 1& English, saying: ' "The memories to which your majes ty refers live in my heart and in the ' hearts of all Italians since the historic and eventful period which led Italy to unity and whith tendered to England, always greater and more powerful, the feelings of sympathy and friendship which now unite the two peoples. For my people these feelings have contin ued to increase, and they constitute a tradition for my government. They are important factors in Italian policy, which, like the policy of your majesty's government, is one of peace and civili zation.; I thank, your niajerty for your queen in this historic castle, where ev erything breathes of the glory of your ancestors and bnlngs before me the Im age of the great and regretted Victoria. I , drink the health of your majesty, your queen and the royal fsmlly." NOW IS THE TIME t6 get bargains n Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, etc, preparatory to taking la our stock for the holidays. We have a large variety of unredeemed Watches, etc. Money loaned on personal prop erty at easv rates. Business confi- I Stll. II. GREEN, 213 Bank street.